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Indeed, John Paul IPs admonition that priests themselves should participate regularly in the sacrament indicates an awareness of the loss of authority resulting from such unauthenticity in sacramental practice.
We become ourselves in community, either authentically or unauthentically, within a dialectical tension in relation to the corresponding authenticity or unauthenticity of the community.
So the unauthenticity of individuals becomes the unauthenticity of tradition.
Last night in New York he said: "I don't think I can live with the unauthenticity of movies any more.
A veteran of many films since l979, he said: "I can't live with the unauthenticity of movies.
that error, evil, unauthenticity may be not merely the absence of intelligibility but an unintelligible absence.
Within such a mindset, discontinuity is code for unauthenticity, at least as the church has generally thought of it.
Newman demonstrates not only the legitimacy and complexity of the processes of historical development but also the importance of shifting our focus to the question of authenticity/ unauthenticity (though couched in the language of genuineness).
71) Thus there arises the notion of existence, which, in its turn, may be authentic or inauthentic: "There is the minor authenticity or unauthenticity of the subject with respect to the tradition that nourishes him.
For example: "Just as sustained authenticity results in increasing responsibility and order, increasing reasonableness and cohesion, increasing intelligence and objective intelligibility, so sustained unauthenticity has the opposite effect.
Together partners in dialogue needs to ask whether these were moments of progress or decline and whether the judgments and decisions of the past were marked by authenticity or unauthenticity.
40) But Balthasar provides an esthetic and dramatic base for such authenticity or unauthenticity, and this base, I think, makes him more helpful than Lonergan on the derivation of the special categories.